Price: $25 advance / $30 day of show / $100 VIP
Live music is back, let’s keep it up! Prepare for entry to the event by reviewing the safety protocol below: 1. Face masks required All event attendees must wear a face mask inside the venue when not eating or don’t drink. 2. Empty Baggage Policy An empty baggage policy is in place to reduce touchpoints and congestion upon arrival. Approved bags: – Clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags (max: 12″”x6″”x12″”) – Small pouches about the size of a hand (max: 4.5″”x6.5″” ) 3. Contactless Payment All outlets accept credit or debit cards only (NO CASH)D SMOKE – WAR AND WONDERS TOUR Hailing from Inglewood, California, D Smoke, artist, philanthropist and two-time GRAMMY-nominated entrepreneur, unapologetically released its second War & Wonders offering on September 24, 2021. War & Wonders shines a light on poignant themes, necessary social commentary, and the obstacles we overcome to appreciate what we have in this life. For Smoke, it features Inglewood’s war on losing love, love and the struggle with itself, as it is always driven in different directions. It’s an ongoing journey of learning, growing, self-discovery, and reinventing a better version of yourself. On February 7, 2020, he released his first full-length album, Black Habits, featuring Snoop Dogg, Jill Scott, Ari Lennox, his brothers SiR and Davion Farris, and his mother, Jackie Gouché. The album’s critical acclaim earned him a 2021 GRAMMY nomination for Best Rap Album, and his ability to enter the public consciousness in an impactful way earned him a second 2021 GRAMMY nomination, Best New Artist. D Smoke received an NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding New Artist. Smoke rose to global prominence in 2019 as the champion and undisputed star of Netflix’s Rhythm + Flow. As a black and bilingual rapper, musician and CEO, Smoke uses his lived experiences to create music and opportunity that bridges the cultural gaps seemingly present between black and brown communities, and haves and have-nots. Duality has always been a part of Domani Harris’ reality. While growing up in the spotlight of VH1’s “TI & Tiny: Family Hustle,” which gave him early exposure to the world of entertainment; he found a sense of normalcy with his mother, who encouraged him to pursue whatever other interests he had. In high school, Domani’s parents instilled in him a self-determination that drove him to study everything around him while creating his own life path. Music quickly became the medium through which Domani processed these life lessons, finding a voice that spoke for others as well as himself. As he honed his skills, a new sense of duality entered Domani’s life, navigating between standing alone as an artist and seeking his rightful place in the legacy of Southern lyricism, of which the father, TI, is such an indelible part. His 2019 debut, Time Will Tell, cements Domani’s position as the heir apparent to Atlanta Hip-Hop, beyond any hereditary claim he might make to the throne. Draped in both the optimism of youth and the doubts of adulthood, Time Will Tell showcases a lyrical agility and creative versatility that allows Domani to make every song his own, while delivering impressive work. . In the months since the project’s release, Domani has taken his authentic, relatable, introspective, genre-defining style across the country, supporting KRIT’s “From The South With Love” tour, and across Europe, joining JID on his “Catch Me If You Can”. ” Tour. Hailing from Inglewood, California, 5-time Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and producer Tiffany Gouché has risen to the forefront of the Soul and R&B scene. Equipped with her full-bodied melodies, Tiffany’s EP Pillow Talk (2015) and double single “Dive” (2017) captured industry attention with a robust epilogue of bold storytelling – garnering Gouché’s praise and praise from the music elite. Described by Billboard as purely heartfelt and heartwarming, the knob-turning multi-instrumentalist has set the stage ablaze collaborating, touring and sharing stages with a myriad of artists, including: Anderson .Paak, Solange, Ty Dolla $ign , Jill Scott, Jay Rock, Little Simz, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Daley, Kehlani, JMSN and Kelela. Anyone who has ever experienced Tiffany Gouché will testify that she knows no ceilings on and off stage. The FADER explains how “his words about exciting dates and delicate situations are close and multi-dimensional”. More recently, by lending vocals and production to 5-time GRAMMY Award winner Lalah Hathaway for Mrs. Hathaway’s album Honestly (2017), Tiffany was not only able to create her own sound, but more specifically a sought after by some of our most respected legends. Tiffany was also featured on the GRAMMY-nominated album Velvet Portraits by longtime collaborator Terrace Martin.